Williams ruled Svitolina, winning 6-3, 6-1 to inch one bit nearer to Grand Slam No. 24.
Serena Williams overwhelmed Elina Svitolina to arrive at the U.S. Open last, bringing her one stage nearer to tying Margaret Court’s untouched record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles. She required only 70 minutes to verify the 6-2, 6-1.
She will confront either No. 15 Bianca Andreescu or No. 13 Belinda Bencic, who were to play in the second elimination round on Thursday night, in the last on Saturday.
Williams, the No. 8 seed, assumed responsibility for the match right on time by breaking Svitolina in her first help game. The two at that point exchanged games until Williams finished off the opening set with a standard hold.
She mantained her strangelhold on the match during the time set, winning practically every all-inclusive convention and hitting 33 absolute champs to Svitolina’s 11.
Williams has improved all through the competition and played about ideal tennis to beat Qiang Wang in only 44 minutes in the quarterfinal. She has not dropped a set since losing the opener to 17-year-old Caty McNally in the second round.
Saturday’s last will be Williams’ fourth since bringing forth her girl. She is 0-3 in those finals, most as of late losing to Simona Halep at Wimbledon. Neither Andreescu, 19, nor Bencic, 22, have ever played in a Grand Slam last.